Support in the Community

No 73 and iCook

We can offer adults with learning disabilities support and guidance for living an independent life including our drop-in centre, 1:1 support, and preventative services.

Living with a disability can be isolating, and at The Aldingbourne Trust we work hard to aid social integration and raise awareness of equality and inclusion issues.

From help in your own home to regular drop-in sessions, The Aldingbourne Trust can provide expert support on your terms. Helping you to live independently and make informed decisions about how you want to live.

One of the best ways we have found is to encourage and build self-esteem in our members through information and guidance, giving them the confidence to tackle what life throws at them independently.

Number-73

Number 73

A welcoming place to get advice, support and mingle with others in similar situations.

Number 73 is part of The Aldingbourne Trust, set up to help adults with disabilities to seek advice, get information and socialize. The centre provides expert advice, guidance and workshops related to living as independently as possible with a learning or physical disability.

The Centre can provide expert advice and guidance for adults with learning disabilities and their parents and carers. Number 73 is not just here for advice, we like to entertain and have fun too!

Advice and Guidance

Our drop-in centre, telephone support, expert leaflets and online FAQs are just some of the ways the Aldingbourne Trust team is here to give you the support you need.

Fun

Having fun and socialising is vital for everyone to lead fulfilling and productive lives and as an integral part of the support we provide, we take having fun seriously.